u-blox C16-G26Q stolen vehicle tracking

Thursday, 03 March, 2011 | Supplied by: Braemac Pty Ltd

u-blox has released an off-the-shelf reference design for the Brazilian stolen vehicle tracking market.

The design, the C16-G26Q, addresses all key requirements of the Brazilian National Transportation Department to equip all vehicles with SVT devices to discourage theft and facilitate stolen vehicle recovery.

The design implements a tight integration of NEO GPS and LEON GSM modules, plus surface-mount GPS and GSM antennas to facilitate covert installation. It integrates a specially developed Giesecke & Devrient SIM solution that gives car owners a free choice of service provider.

The design also has a built-in assisted-GPS capability to support accelerated positioning in weak signal areas. It also enables positioning where there is no GPS coverage, such as underground parking garages and tunnels.

Online: www.braemac.com.au
Phone: 02 9550 6600
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